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Oct 30, 2013 5:30pm PDT
.r. for concussions were up 57%. dr. john lapook has more. >> reporter: brown university junior, dillion o'carroll was recruited to play football. in august 2012 he decided to stop after his third concussion. >> the reason i knew something was wrong when i walked off the field and i had this light blindness, i said, whoa, that wasn't good. again, i start to feel like i wasn't myself. >> reporter: today's report describes a culture of resistance where they feel pressure not to discuss concussions. >> it's a difficult designs. you've been playing football all i don't have life, you love everything that goes along with football. to have it kind of taken away from you you kind of have to understand that there is more to life than football. >> reporter: according to the report, the highest rate of injury for men is in football followed by ice hockey, lacrosse, wrestling and soccer. among the highest for women are soccer and college ice hockey and there's no evidence soccer headgear reduces the risk of concussion. the same is true in football. helmet manufacturers already post warnings like this
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